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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
COMMERCIAL DRYER – Gas or Electric
INSTRUCTIONS POUR L’INSTALLATION D’UNE
SÉCHEUSE COMMERCIALE – À gaz ou électrique
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE DES MATIÈRES
DRYER SAFETY............................................................................ 2
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS .............................................. 4
Tools and Parts .......................................................................... 4
Location Requirements.............................................................. 5
Electrical Requirements ............................................................ 6
Gas Supply Requirements ........................................................ 9
Venting Requirements ............................................................ 10
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – GAS DRYER .................. 12
Make Gas Connection..............................................................12
Connect Vent ............................................................................12
Complete Installation ..............................................................12
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – ELECTRIC DRYER........ 13
Make Electrical Connection......................................................13
Connect Vent ............................................................................20
Complete Installation ..............................................................20
REVERSING THE DOOR SWING .......................................... 21
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS .......................................... 22
ELECTRONIC CONTROL SETUP .......................................... 23
WARRANTY ............................................................................ 27
SÉCURITÉ DE LA SÉCHEUSE ..............................................28
EXIGENCES D’INSTALLATION................................................30
Outillage et pièces ....................................................................30
Exigences d’emplacement ......................................................31
Spécifications électriques .......................................................32
Spécifications de l’alimentation en gaz ..................................34
Exigences concernant l’évacuation ..........................................35
INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION – SÉCHEUSE À GAZ ....37
Raccordement à la canalisation de gaz ..................................37
Raccordement du conduit d’évacuation ................................37
Achever l’installation ................................................................37
INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION – SÉCHEUSE
ÉLECTRIQUE............................................................................38
Raccordement du conduit d’évacuation ................................38
Achever l’installation ................................................................38
INVERSION DU SENS D’OUVERTURE DE LA PORTE............39
INSTRUCTIONS D’ENTRETIEN ..............................................41
RÉGLAGE DE COMMANDE ÉLECTRONIQUE ......................42
GARANTIE ................................................................................47
DRYER SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
It is recommended that the owner post, in a prominent location, instructions for the customer’s use in the event the customer smells
gas. This information should be obtained from your gas supplier.
Post the following warning in a prominent location.
■
■
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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WARNING: For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize
the risk of fire or explosion, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or death.
– Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
– WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Clear the room, building, or area of all occupants.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
– Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency, or
the gas supplier.
WARNING: Gas leaks cannot always be detected by smell.
Gas suppliers recommend that you use a gas detector approved by UL or CSA.
For more information, contact your gas supplier.
If a gas leak is detected, follow the “What to do if you smell gas” instructions.
In the State of Massachusetts, the following installation instructions apply:
■
Installations and repairs must be performed by a qualified or licensed contractor, plumber, or gasfitter qualified or licensed by
the State of Massachusetts.
■
If using a ball valve, it shall be a T-handle type.
■
A flexible gas connector, when used, must not exceed 3 feet.
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IMPORTANT: The gas installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 or the Canadian Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1.
The dryer must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools and Parts
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools
listed here.
Tools needed
■
■
■
■
✮
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
4
8" or 10" Pipe wrench
8" or 10" adjustable wrench
Flat-blade screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
TORX®† 20 SECURITY SCREWDRIVER OR BIT
Adjustable wrench that opens to 1" (25 mm) or 1" (25 mm)
hex-head socket wrench
Level
5/16" socket wrench
Utility knife
Vent clamps
Pipe-joint compound resistant to LP gas
Caulk gun and caulk (for installing new exhaust vent)
Pliers
Putty knife
Parts supplied
Remove parts bag from dryer drum. Check that all parts were
included.
■ Foot boot (4)
■ Dryer foot (4)
■ PD models: Cam for service door lock
PR models: Card reader bezel, card reader wire harness,
hardware
†® TORX is a registered trademark of Acument Intellectual Properties, LLC.
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Location Requirements
Minimum Installation Clearances
14"
(356 mm)
max.
15"
(381 mm)*
Closet
door
0" (0 mm)
0" (0 mm)
0" (0 mm)
1" (25 mm)
Recessed front view
Closet side view
*Additional clearances for wall, door, and floor moldings may be required
or if external exhaust elbow is used.
3" (76 mm)
If installing a gas dryer:
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
■ Check code requirements: Some codes limit or do not permit
installation of clothes dryers in garages, closets, or sleeping
quarters. Contact your local building inspector.
■ Make sure that lower edges of the cabinet, plus the back and
bottom sides of the dryer, are free of obstructions to permit
adequate clearance of air openings for combustion air. See
“Recessed Area and Closet Installation Instructions” below
for minimum spacing requirements.
NOTE: The dryer must not be installed in an area where it will
be exposed to water and/or weather.
48 in2.
(3.1 m2)*
Front
View
*Opening is the minimum
for a closet door.
Louvered doors with
equivalent air openings
are acceptable.
closet
door
24 in2
(1.55 m2)*
3" (76 mm)
Product Dimensions 27" (68.6 cm) dryer
27" (686 mm)
Recessed Area and Closet Installation Instructions
ELECTRIC
This dryer may be installed in a recessed area or closet.
For recessed area and closet installations, minimum clearances
can be found on the warning label on the rear of the dryer.
The installation spacing is in inches and is the minimum
allowable. Additional spacing should be considered for ease
of installation, servicing, and compliance with local codes
and ordinances.
If closet door is installed, the minimum unobstructed air opening
in the top and bottom is required. Louvered doors with equivalent
air openings are acceptable.
The dryer must be exhausted outdoors.
No other fuel-burning appliance may be installed in the same
closet as the dryer.
61⁄4"
(159 mm)
BACK
VIEW
283⁄4"
(733 mm)
13"
(330 mm)
6 ⁄"
(152 mm)
34
4" (102 mm)
dia.
4 1⁄4"
(108 mm)
GAS
EXHAUST
11⁄4"
(32 mm)
BOTTOM
EXHAUST
29" (736 mm)
27 ⁄ " (695 mm)
14
7 7⁄8"
(200 mm)
SIDE VIEW
35"
(889 mm)
3/4" (21 mm)
7 1⁄4"
(184 mm)
LEFT OR
10 1⁄4"
RIGHT SIDE
(260 mm)
EXHAUST
41⁄4" (108 mm)
14 1⁄8"
(359 mm)
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Electrical Requirements – Gas Dryer
Recommended Ground Method
The dryer, when installed, must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, latest edition,
or Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, and all local codes
and ordinances.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
■ For a grounded, cord-connected dryer:
This dryer must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or
breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock
by providing a path of least resistance for electric current.
This dryer is equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must
be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances.
WARNING: Improper connection of the equipmentIMPORTANT: The dryer must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes and ordinances or, in the absence of
local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70,
latest edition, or Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified electrical installer determine that
the ground path is adequate.
A copy of the above code standards can be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
One Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269
CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
■ A 120 volt, 60 Hz, AC only, 15- or 20-amp, fused electrical
circuit is required. A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is also
recommended. It is recommended that a separate circuit
serving only this dryer be provided.
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grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service representative
or personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the dryer is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the dryer: if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Electrical Requirements – U.S.A. Only
It is your responsibility
■ To contact a qualified electrical installer.
■ To be sure that the electrical connection is adequate and in
conformance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70-latest edition and all local codes and ordinances.
The National Electrical Code requires a 4-wire power supply
connection for homes built after 1996, dryer circuits involved
in remodeling after 1996, and all mobile home installations.
A copy of the above code standards can be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association, One Batterymarch Park,
Quincy, MA 02269.
■ To supply the required 3 or 4 wire, single phase, 120/240 volt,
60 Hz., AC only electrical supply (or 3 or 4 wire, 120/208 volt
electrical supply, if specified on the serial/rating plate) on a
separate 30-amp circuit, fused on both sides of the line. A
time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended. Connect
to an individual branch circuit. Do not have a fuse in the
neutral or grounding circuit.
■ Do not use an extension cord.
■ If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified electrician determine that the
ground path is adequate.
Electrical Connection
To properly install your dryer, you must determine the type of
electrical connection you will be using and follow the instructions
provided for it here.
■ This dryer is manufactured ready to install with a 3-wire
electrical supply connection. The neutral ground conductor is
permanently connected to the neutral conductor (white wire)
within the dryer. If the dryer is installed with a 4-wire electrical
supply connection, the neutral ground conductor must be
removed from the external ground connector (green screw),
and secured under the neutral terminal (center or white wire)
of the terminal block. When the neutral ground conductor is
secured under the neutral terminal (center or white wire) of the
terminal block, the dryer cabinet is isolated from the neutral
conductor.
■ If local codes do not permit the connection of a neutral
ground wire to the neutral wire, see “Optional 3-wire
connection” section.
■ A 4-wire power supply connection must be used when the
appliance is installed in a location where grounding through
the neutral conductor is prohibited. Grounding through the
neutral is prohibited for (1) new branch-circuit installations, (2)
mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where
local codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
If using a power supply cord:
Use a UL listed power supply cord kit marked for use with
clothes dryers. The kit should contain:
■ A UL listed 30-amp power supply cord, rated 120/240 volt
minimum. The cord should be type SRD or SRDT and be at
least 4 ft (1.22 m) long. The wires that connect to the dryer
must end in ring terminals or “U” shaped spade terminals
with upturned ends.
■ A UL listed strain relief.
If your outlet looks like this:
4-wire receptacle (14-30R)
Then choose a 4-wire power supply cord with ring or spade
terminals and UL listed strain relief. The 4-wire power supply
cord, at least 4 ft (1.22 m) long, must have four 10-gauge copper
wires and match a 4-wire receptacle of NEMA Type 14-30R. The
ground wire (ground conductor) may be either green or bare. The
neutral conductor must be identified by a white cover.
If your outlet looks like this:
3-wire receptacle (10-30R)
Then choose a 3-wire power supply cord with ring or spade
terminals and UL listed strain relief. The 3-wire power supply
cord, at least 4 ft (1.22 m) long, must have three 10-gauge copper
wires and match a 3-wire receptacle of NEMA Type 10-30R.
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If connecting by direct wire:
Power supply cable must match power supply (4-wire or 3-wire)
and be:
■ Flexible armored cable or nonmetallic sheathed copper cable
(with ground wire), protected with flexible metallic conduit. All
current-carrying wires must be insulated.
■ 10-gauge solid copper wire (do not use aluminum).
■ At least 5 ft (1.52 m) long.
■ To supply the required 4 wire, single phase, 120/240 volt, 60
Hz., AC only electrical supply on a separate 30-amp circuit,
fused on both sides of the line. A time-delay fuse or circuit
breaker is recommended. Connect to an individual branch
circuit.
■ This dryer is equipped with a CSA International Certified
Power Cord intended to be plugged into a standard 14-30R
wall receptacle. The cord is 5 ft (1.52 m) in length. Be sure
wall receptacle is within reach of dryer’s final location.
4-wire receptacle (14-30R)
■ Do not use an extension cord.
If you are using a replacement power supply cord, it is
recommended that you use Power Supply Cord Replacement
Part Number 8579325. For further information, please
reference the service numbers located in the “Assistance
or Service” section.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
For a grounded, cord-connected dryer:
This dryer must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or
breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock
by providing a path of least resistance for electric current.
This dryer is equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must
be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances.
■
Electrical Requirements – Canada Only
WARNING: Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service representative
or personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the dryer is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the dryer: if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
It is your responsibility
■ To contact a qualified electrical installer.
■ To be sure that the electrical connection is adequate and in
conformance with the Canadian Electrical Code, C22.1-latest
edition and all local codes. A copy of the above codes
standard may be obtained from: Canadian Standards
Association, 178 Rexdale Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 1R3
CANADA.
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Gas Supply Requirements
Gas Supply Line
Recommended method
■ Provide a gas supply line of 1/2" rigid (IPS) pipe to the dryer
location. Pipe joint compounds that resist the action of LP gas
must be used. Do not use TEFLON®† tape. With LP gas,
piping or tubing size can be 1/2" minimum. Usually, LP gas
suppliers determine the size and materials used in the system.
Alternate method
■ The gas supply may also be connected using 3/8" approved
copper or aluminum tubing. If the total length of the supply
line is more than 20 ft. (6.1 m), larger tubing will be required.
If using natural gas, do not use copper tubing. Pipe joint
compounds that resist the action of LP gas must be used.
Flexible metal appliance connector:
■ It is recommended that a new flexible stainless steel gas line,
design-certified by CSA International, be used for connecting
the dryer to the gas supply line. (The gas pipe which extends
through the lower rear of the dryer is provided with 3⁄8" male
pipe thread.)
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
This installation must conform with all local codes and
ordinances. In the absence of local codes, installation must
conform with American National Standard, National Fuel Gas
Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 or CAN/CSA B149.
A copy of the above code standards can be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
One Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269
CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
The design of this dryer has been certified by CSA International
for use at altitudes up to 10,000 feet (3048 m) above sea level at
the B.T.U. rating indicated on the model/serial plate. Burner input
adjustments are not required when the dryer is operated up to
this elevation.
When installed above 10,000 feet (3048 m), a four percent (4%)
reduction of the burner B.T.U. rating shown on the model/serial
plate is required for each 1,000 foot (305 m) increase in elevation.
For assistance when converting to other gas types and/or
installing above 10,000 feet (3048 m) elevation, contact your
local service company.
■ Do not kink or damage the flexible stainless steel gas line
when moving the dryer.
Rigid pipe connection:
The rigid pipe connection requires a combination of pipe fittings
to obtain an in-line connection to the dryer.
■ Must include a shutoff valve:
The supply line must be equipped with a manual shutoff
valve installed within 6 ft. (1.8 m) of dryer in accordance
with National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1. In Canada,
an individual manual shutoff valve must be installed in
accordance with the B149 installation codes CAN/CGA
B149.1 and CAN/CGA B149.2. This valve should be located
in the same room as the dryer. It should be in a location that
allows ease of opening and closing. Do not block access to
shutoff valve. The valve is for turning on or shutting off gas
to the dryer.
A
B
D C
Type of Gas
This dryer is equipped for use with natural gas. It is designcertified by CSA International for LP (propane and butane) gases
with appropriate conversion. No attempt shall be made to convert
the dryer from the gas specified on the serial/rating plate for use
with a different gas without consulting the serving gas supplier.
Conversion must be done by a qualified service technician.
Gas conversion kit part numbers are listed on the gas valve
burner base.
A. Gas supply line
B. Shutoff valve in “open” position
C. To dryer
D. NPT 1/8" min. plugged tapping
†®TEFLON is a registered trademark of E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company.
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■ Installed in a confined area:
If the dryer is installed in a confined area such as a bathroom
or closet, provision must be made for enough air for
combustion and ventilation. Check governing codes and
ordinances or refer to the “Recessed Area and Closet
Installation Instructions” in the “Location Requirements”
section.
Exhaust hood must be at least 12" (305 mm) from the ground
or any object that may be in the path of the exhaust (such as
flowers, rocks, or bushes).
If using an existing vent system, clean lint from the entire length
of the system and make sure exhaust hood is not plugged with
lint. Replace any plastic or metal foil vent with rigid metal or
flexible metal vent.
Plan installation to use the fewest number of elbows and turns.
Gas Supply Pressure Testing
A 1/8" NPT minimum plugged tapping, accessible for gauge
testing, must be installed immediately downstream of the installed
shut-off valve to the dryer.
The dryer must be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing of the system at test
pressures in excess of 1/2" psig.
A
B
Exhaust Air Flow
A. Good
B. Better
Venting Requirements
Allow as much room as possible when using elbows or making
turns. Bend vent gradually to avoid kinking.
Vent outlet is located at the back of the dryer, at bottom center.
The vent can be routed up, down, left, right, behind the dryer,
or straight out the back of the dryer. See “Product Dimensions”
in the “Location Requirements” section.
Vent System Length
Maximum length of vent system depends upon the type of
vent used, number of elbows, and type of exhaust hood.
The maximum length for rigid vent is shown in the chart.
Maximum Vent Length
4" (102 mm) Diameter Exhaust Hoods
Box
Louvered
2 1⁄2" (63.5 mm) Angled
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, this dryer MUST BE
EXHAUSTED OUTDOORS.
■ The dryer exhaust must not be connected into any gas vent,
chimney, wall, ceiling, attic, crawlspace, or a concealed space
of a building.
■ Do not use an exhaust hood with a magnetic latch.
■ Do not install flexible metal vent in enclosed walls, ceilings,
or floors.
■ 4" (102 mm) heavy metal vent and clamps must be used.
■ Only rigid or flexible metal vent shall be used for exhausting.
■ Use clamps to seal all joints. Do not use duct tape, screws,
or other fastening devices that extend into the interior of the
vent. Items sticking through the vent can catch lint.
■ If only flexible metal vent is used, the back pressure should
not exceed 1" (25 mm) water column at the rear of the dryer.
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
Use a heavy metal vent. Do not use plastic or metal foil vent.
Rigid metal vent is recommended to prevent crushing and
kinking.
Flexible metal vent must be fully extended and supported when
the dryer is in its final position. Remove excess flexible metal vent
to avoid sagging and kinking that will result in reduced airflow and
poor performance.
An exhaust hood should cap the vent to prevent rodents and
insects from entering the home or business.
10
Rigid Metal Vent
No. of 90° turns
0
1
2
3
4
Box Hood and Louvered Style
130 ft.
125 ft.
115 ft.
106 ft.
98 ft.
(39.6 m)
(38.1 m)
(35.1 m)
(32.3 m)
(29.9 m)
Angled Hood Style
129 ft.
119 ft.
109 ft.
100 ft.
92 ft.
(39.3 m)
(36.3 m)
(33.2 m)
(30.5 m)
(28.0 m)
For vent systems not covered by the vent specification chart,
see your parts distributor.
If dryer is installed in a confined area, such as a bedroom,
bathroom, or closet, provision must be made for enough air
for combustion and ventilation. (Check governing codes and
ordinances.) See “Recessed Area and Closet Installation
Instructions” in the “Location Requirements” section.
A 4" (102 mm) outlet hood is preferred. However, a 21⁄2" (64 mm)
outlet exhaust hood may be used. A 21⁄2" (64 mm) outlet creates
greater back pressure than other hood types. For permanent
installation, a stationary vent system is required.
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If an exhaust hood cannot be used:
Multiple Dryer Venting
■ A main vent can be used for venting a group of dryers. The
main vent should be sized to remove 200 CFM of air per
dryer. Large-capacity lint screens of proper design may be
used in the main vent if checked and cleaned frequently. The
room where the dryers are located should have make-up air
equal to or greater than the CFM of all the dryers in the room.
■ A back-draft damper kit is needed and is available from a
commercial laundry distributor; it should be installed in the
vent of each dryer to prevent exhausted air from returning into
the dryers and to keep the exhaust in balance within the main
vent. Unobstructed return air openings are required.
Each vent should enter the main vent at an angle pointing in the
direction of the airflow. Vents entering from the opposite side
should be staggered to reduce the exhausted air from interfering
with the other vents.
The maximum angle of each vent entering the main vent should
be no more than 30°.
B
A
D
C
12" min.
(305 mm)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Exhaust hood or elbow
Wall
Main collector vent
Horizontal vent
180° sweep elbow
Vertical vent
Roof
Min. 12" (305 mm) clearance
above any accumulation
of snow, ice, or debris such
as leaves.
E
2 ft. (610 mm)
min. 24"above
min.
(610 mm)
point
highest
of building
F
G
C
A
30˚ max.
air flow
B
A. Individual dryer vent
B. Main vent
The outside end of the main vent should have a sweep elbow
directed downward. If the main vent travels vertically through the
roof, rather than through the wall, install a 180° sweep elbow on
the end of the vent at least 2 ft. (610 mm) above the highest part
of the building. The opening in the wall or roof shall have a
diameter 1/2" (13 mm) larger than the vent diameter. The vent
should be centered in the opening.
Do not install screening or cap over the end of the vent.
Keep air openings free of dry cleaning fluid fumes. Fumes create
acids which, when drawn through the dryer heating units, can
damage dryers and items being dried.
A clean-out cover should be located on the main vent for periodic
cleaning of the vent system.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – GAS DRYER
Make Gas Connection
WARNING
Complete Installation
1. With dryer in final position, place level on top of the dryer, first
side to side; then front to back. If the dryer is not level, adjust
the legs of the dryer up or down until the dryer is level.
1. Remove red cap from gas pipe.
2. Connect gas supply to dryer. Use pipe-joint compound
resistant to the action of L.P. gas for gas connections. If
flexible metal tubing is used, be certain there are no kinks.
If necessary for service, open the toe panel by removing the
21⁄4" hex-head screws from the bottom of the panel. Then lift
up on the panel while pulling the bottom of the panel away
from the dryer.
3. Open the shutoff valve in the gas supply line.
4. Test all connections by brushing on an approved noncorrosive
leak-detection solution. Bubbles will show a leak. Correct any
leak found.
Connect Vent
1. Using a 4" (102 mm) clamp, connect vent to exhaust outlet
on the dryer. If connecting to existing vent, make sure the vent
is clean. The dryer vent must fit over the dryer exhaust outlet
and inside the exhaust hood. Make sure the vent is secured
to exhaust hood with a 4" (102 mm) clamp.
2. Using two or more people, move dryer to desired installation
location. Do not crush or kink vent, and remove any excess
flexible vent to improve airflow. Make sure dryer is level.
3. Check to be sure there are no kinks in the flexible gas line.
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2. Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
3. Check dryer operation:
Insert coins. Select a cycle. Using the WHITES cycle, let the
dryer run for at least five minutes. Dryer will stop when time
is used up.
NOTE: Dryer door must be closed for dryer to operate.
When door is open, dryer stops, but timer continues to run.
To restart dryer, close door and reselect a cycle.
4. If the burner does not ignite and there is no heat inside the
dryer, shut off dryer for five minutes. Check that all gas supply
valves are in the “ON” position and that the electrical cord is
plugged in. Repeat five-minute test.
5. If drying time is too long, make sure that the lint screen is
clean and that there are no obstructions to airflow in the dryer
vent system.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – ELECTRIC DRYER
Power Supply Cord
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the hold-down screw and terminal block cover.
D
C
A. Neutral ground wire
B. External ground
conductor screw
C. Center, silver-colored
terminal block screw
D. Terminal block cover
and holddown screw
B
A
3. Install strain relief.
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Electrical Connection Options
If your location has:
And you will be
connecting to:
Go to Section
4-wire receptacle
(NEMA Type 14-30R)
A UL listed, 120/240volt minimum,
30-amp, dryer power
supply cord*
4-wire connection:
Power supply cord
3-wire receptacle
(NEMA type 10-30R)
A UL listed, 120/240volt minimum,
30-amp, dryer power
supply cord*
3-wire connection:
Power supply cord
A fused disconnect or
circuit breaker box*
4-wire connection:
Direct Wire
A fused disconnect or
circuit breaker box*
3-wire connection:
Direct Wire
4-wire direct
5"
(127 mm)
3-wire direct
31⁄2"
(89 mm)
*If local codes do not permit the connection of a cabinet-ground conductor to the neutral wire, go to “Optional 3-wire connection”
section.
Power supply cord strain relief:
■ Remove the screws from a 3/4" (19 mm)
UL listed strain relief (UL marking on strain
relief). Put the tabs of the two clamp
sections into the hole below the terminal
block opening so that one tab is pointing
up and the other is pointing down, and
hold in place.
Tighten strain relief screws enough to hold the
two clamp sections together.
A
B
C
D
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A. Strain relief tab
pointing up
B. Hole below terminal
block opening
C. Clamp section
D. Strain relief tab
pointing down
■ Put power supply cord through the strain
relief. Be sure that the wire insulation on
the power supply cord is inside the strain
relief. The strain relief should have a tight
fit with the dryer cabinet and be in a
horizontal position. Do not further tighten
strain relief screws at this point.
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3. Connect ground wire (green or bare) of
power supply cord to external ground
conductor screw. Tighten screw.
Power supply cord,
4-wire connection:
IMPORTANT: A 4-wire connection is
required for mobile homes and where local
codes do not permit the use of 3-wire
connections.
D
A
B
F
B
A
C
C
D
E
F
G
E
A. 4-wire receptacle (NEMA type 14-30R)
B. 4-prong plug
C. Ground prong
D. Neutral prong
E. Spade terminals with upturned ends
F. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
G. Ring terminals
A. External ground conductor screw
B. Ground wire (green or bare) of power supply cord
C. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
D. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
E. Neutral ground wire
F. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
1. Remove center, silver-colored terminal
block screw.
2. Remove neutral ground wire from
external ground conductor screw.
Connect neutral ground wire and the
neutral wire (white or center wire) of
power supply cord under center,
silver-colored terminal block screw.
Tighten screw.
4. Connect the other wires to outer terminal
block screws. Tighten screws.
A
C
B
5. Tighten strain relief screws.
6. Insert tab of terminal block cover into
slot of dryer rear panel. Secure cover
with holddown screw.
7. You have completed your electrical
connection. Now go to “Venting
Requirements.”
D
E
A. External ground conductor screw - Dotted line shows position of
NEUTRAL ground wire before being moved to center silvercolored
terminal block screw.
B. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
C. Neutral ground wire
D. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
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Power supply cord,
3-wire connection:
B
D
E
A
C
G
F
Use where local codes permit connecting
cabinet-ground conductor to neutral wire.
1. Loosen or remove center silver-colored
terminal block screw.
2. Connect neutral wire (white or center
wire) of power supply cord to the center,
silver-colored terminal screw of the
terminal block. Tighten screw.
3. Connect the other wires to outer terminal
block screws. Tighten screws.
A. 3-wire receptacle (NEMA type 10-30R)
B. 3-wire plug
C. Neutral prong
D. Spade terminals with upturned ends
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
F. Ring terminals
G. Neutral (white or center wire)
C
A
D
B
4. Tighten strain relief screws.
5. Insert tab of terminal block cover into
slot of dryer rear panel. Secure cover
with holddown screw.
6. You have completed your electrical
connection. Now go to “Venting
Requirements.”
E
A. External ground conductor screw
B. Neutral ground wire
C. Center silver-colored terminal
block screw
D. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
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Direct wire cable must match power supply (4-wire or 3-wire)
and be:
■ Flexible armored cable or nonmetallic sheathed copper cable
(with ground wire), protected with flexible metallic conduit.
All current-carrying wires must be insulated.
■ 10-gauge solid copper wire (do not use aluminum).
■ At least 5 ft. (1.52 m) long.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove hold-down screw and terminal block cover.
Direct Wire Method – U.S. Only
D
C
A. Neutral ground wire
B. External ground
conductor screw
C. Center, silver-colored
terminal block screw
D. Terminal block cover
and holddown screw
B
A
3. Install 3/4" conduit connector into the hole below the terminal
block opening. Connect flexible metallic conduit and tighten
connector screw. Install direct wire cable through the flexible
metallic conduit.
4. Complete installation following instructions for your type of
electrical connection:
• Four-wire (recommended method)
• Three-wire (if four-wire is not available)
Direct wire strain relief:
■ Unscrew the removable conduit
connector and any screws from a
3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief (UL
marking on strain relief). Put the threaded
section of the strain relief through the
hole below the terminal block opening.
Reaching inside the terminal block
opening, screw the removable conduit
connector onto the strain relief threads.
A
B
C
■ Put direct wire cable through the strain
relief. The strain relief should have a tight
fit with the dryer cabinet and be in a
horizontal position. Tighten strain relief
screw against the direct wire cable.
4. Now complete installation following
instructions for your type of electrical
connection:
4-wire (recommended)
3-wire (if 4-wire is not available)
A. Removable conduit connector
B. Hole below terminal block opening
C. Strain relief threads
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Direct Wire,
4-wire connection:
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3. Connect ground wire (green or bare)
of direct wire cable to external ground
conductor screw. Tighten screw.
IMPORTANT: A 4-wire connection is
required for mobile homes and where local
codes do not permit the use of 3-wire
connections.
Direct wire cable must have 5 ft (1.52 m)
of extra length so dryer can be moved
if needed.
Strip 5" (127 mm) of outer covering from
end of cable, leaving bare ground wire at
5" (127 mm). Cut 11⁄2" (38 mm) from 3
remaining wires. Strip insulation back 1"
(25 mm). Shape ends of wires into a hook
shape.
D
A
E
B
F
C
1" )
mm
(25
5"
(127 m
m)
A. External ground conductor screw
B. Ground wire (green or bare) of power supply cable
C. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
D. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
E. Neutral ground wire
F. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
When connecting to the terminal block,
place the hooked end of the wire under the
screw of the terminal block (hook facing
right), squeeze hooked end together and
tighten screw, as shown.
4. Place the hooked ends of the other
direct wire cable wires under the outer
terminal block screws (hooks facing
right). Squeeze hooked ends together.
Tighten screws.
1. Remove center, silver-colored terminal
block screw.
2. Remove neutral ground wire from
external ground conductor screw.
Connect neutral ground wire and place
the hooked end (hook facing right) of the
neutral wire (white or center wire) of
direct wire cable under the center screw
of the terminal block. Squeeze hooked
ends together. Tighten screw.
B
A
C
D
E
A. External ground conductor screw - Dotted line shows
position of NEUTRAL ground wire before being moved
to center silver-colored terminal block screw.
B. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
C. Neutral ground wire
D. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
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5. Tighten strain relief screw.
6. Insert tab of terminal block cover into
slot of dryer rear panel. Secure cover
with holddown screw.
7. You have completed your electrical
connection. Now go to “Venting
Requirements.”
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Direct wire,
3-wire connection:
Use where local codes permit connecting
cabinet-ground conductor to neutral wire.
Direct wire cable must have 5 ft (1.52 m)
of extra length so dryer can be moved
if needed.
Strip 31⁄2" (89 mm) of outer covering
from end of cable. Strip insulation back 1"
(25 mm). If using 3-wire cable with ground
wire, cut bare wire even with outer covering.
Shape ends of wires into a hook shape.
1"
m)
(25 m
1. Loosen or remove center, silver-colored
terminal block screw.
2. Place the hooked end of the neutral wire
(white or center wire) of direct wire cable
under the center screw of terminal block
(hook facing right). Squeeze hooked end
together. Tighten screw.
C
A
D
B
E
31 ⁄2"
(89 mm)
When connecting to the terminal block,
place the hooked end of the wire under the
screw of the terminal block (hook facing
right), squeeze hooked end together, and
tighten screw, as shown.
A. External ground conductor screw
B. Neutral ground wire
C. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
D. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
3. Place the hooked ends of the other
direct wire cable wires under the
outer terminal block screws (hooks
facing right). Squeeze hooked ends
together. Tighten screws.
4. Tighten strain relief screw.
5. Insert tab of terminal block cover into
slot of dryer rear panel. Secure cover
with holddown screw.
6. You have completed your electrical
connection. Now go to “Venting
Requirements.”
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Optional,
3-wire connection:
Use for direct wire or power supply cord
where local codes do not permit
connecting cabinet-ground conductor
to neutral wire.
1. Remove center, silver-colored terminal
block screw.
2. Remove neutral ground wire from
external ground conductor screw.
Connect neutral ground wire and the
neutral wire (white or center wire) of
power supply cord/cable under center,
silver-colored terminal block screw.
Tighten screw.
3. Connect the other wires to outer terminal
block screws. Tighten screws.
4. Tighten strain relief screws.
5. Connect a separate copper ground wire
from the external ground conductor
screw to an adequate ground.
6. Insert tab of terminal block cover into
slot of dryer rear panel. Secure cover
with holddown screw.
B
A
Connect Vent
WARNING
C
D
E
F
A. External ground conductor screw
B. Center, silver-colored terminal block screw
C. Neutral ground wire
D. Neutral wire (white or center wire)
E. 3/4" (19 mm) UL listed strain relief
F. Grounding path determined by a qualified
electrician
Complete Installation
1. With dryer in final position, place level on top of the dryer, first
side to side; then front to back. If the dryer is not level, adjust
the legs of the dryer up or down until the dryer is level.
1. Using a 4" (102 mm) clamp, connect vent to exhaust outlet
in dryer. If connecting to existing vent, make sure the vent is
clean. The dryer vent must fit over the dryer exhaust outlet
and inside the exhaust hood. Make sure the vent is secured
to exhaust hood with a 4" (102 mm) clamp.
2. Move dryer into final position. Do not crush or kink vent,
and remove any excess flexible vent to improve airflow.
Make sure dryer is level.
2. Plug in dryer or reconnect power.
3. Check dryer operation:
Insert coins. Select a cycle. Using the WHITES cycle, let the
dryer run for at least five minutes. Dryer will stop when time
is used up.
NOTE: Dryer door must be closed for dryer to operate.
When door is open, dryer stops, but timer continues to run.
To restart dryer, close door and reselect a cycle.
4. If drying time is too long, make sure that the lint screen is
clean, and that there are no obstacles to airflow in the dryer
vent system.
5. Now start the dryer and allow it to complete a full cycle
to make sure it is working properly.
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REVERSING THE DOOR SWING
Door swing can be changed from a right-side opening to left-side
opening, if desired.
Place a towel or soft cloth on top of the dryer or work space
to prevent scratching the surface.
Remove the Door Assembly
Reverse Hinge
1. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver to remove 2 plug strips
from the inner door. Slide the head of the screwdriver under
the plugs, being certain not to scratch the inner door surface.
Lift up.
1. Remove 3 of the 4 screws that hold the door hinge on the
front panel of the dryer. Partially loosen the remaining screw
with keyhole opening and lift the door off the screw.
A.
Loosen
screw
with
keyhole
opening
2. Remove the 4 screws that attach to the inner door hinge and
move the hinge to the other side. Reinstall the 4 screws.
B.
A. Dryer front panel
B. Door assembly
2. Lay the door assembly on a previously prepared flat surface
with the inside (inner door assembly) facing up.
3. Remove the 6 Phillips head screws to release the outer door
assembly from the inner door assembly, as indicated below.
See illustration. It is important that you remove only the 6
indicated screws.
Door hinge
3. Reinstall plug strips on opposite side of the inner door.
4. Check for fingerprints on the glass. Clean glass if necessary.
5. Place the inner door assembly inside the outer door assembly.
To fit correctly, the inner door assembly edge fits completely
inside the outer door assembly edge.
6. Reassemble the inner and outer door assemblies with the
6 screws.
4. Lift the inner door assembly off the outer door assembly.
5. Rotate outer door 180°.
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Reverse the strike
1. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver to remove plug strip from
the dryer door opening. Slide the head of the screwdriver
under the plugs, being certain not to scratch the dryer
surface. Lift the plastic strip from the dryer slowly to prevent
distortion of the plug strip.
2. Remove the strike using a Phillips screwdriver.
3. Insert strike on the opposite side.
Reinstall the door
1. Reattach door to dryer front panel with the 4 screws.
Partially install the screw with keyhole opening first, and fit
the keyhole opening in the hinge over the screw. Then install
the remaining 3 screws and tighten all 4 screws.
A.
Install this
screw first
B.
A.
B.
A. Dryer front panel
B. Door assembly
A. Plug strip
B. Door strike
2. Check for fingerprints on the glass. Clean glass if necessary.
3. Close door and check that it latches securely.
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Maintenance instructions:
■ Clean lint screen after each cycle.
■ Removing accumulated lint:
• From inside the dryer cabinet:
Lint should be removed every 2 years or more often,
depending on dryer usage. Cleaning should be done
by a qualified person.
• From the exhaust vent:
Lint should be removed every 2 years, or more often,
depending on dryer usage.
■ Keep area around dryer clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.
■ Keep dryer area clear and free from items that would obstruct
the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
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If dryer does not operate, check the following:
■ Electrical supply is connected.
■ Circuit breaker is not tripped or house fuse is not blown.
■ Door is closed. Listen closely to hear the door switch activate.
■ Control is set up properly and display shows cycle time.
■ Cycle selection button has been pushed firmly.
■ For gas dryers, check that gas supply shutoff valves are set
in open position.
If you need assistance:
Contact your authorized Maytag® Commercial Laundry
distributor. To locate your authorized Maytag® Commercial
Laundry distributor, or for web inquiries, visit
www.MaytagCommercialLaundry.com.
If you cannot locate your distributor, the Commercial Laundry
Support Center will answer any questions about operating or
maintaining your dryer not covered in the Installation Instructions.
Just dial 1-800 NO BELTS (1-800-662-3587)—the call is free.
When you call, you will need the dryer model number and serial
number. Both numbers can be found on the serial-rating plate
located in the dryer door opening.
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ELECTRONIC CONTROL SETUP
GENERAL USER INFORMATION
CONTROL SET-UP PROCEDURES
Scrolling “out of order” showing in display, followed
by a failure code
This condition indicates the dryer is inoperative.
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions before operating.
The fabric setting buttons along with the digital display are used
to set-up the dryer controls.
The display can contain 4 numbers and/or letters and a decimal
point. These are used to indicate the set-up codes and related code
values available for use in programming the dryer.
How to use the buttons to program the controls
1. The WHITES AND COLORS button is used to adjust the
values associated with set-up codes. Pressing and releasing this
button will increment the value by one (1). Rapid adjustment is
possible by holding the button down.
2. The PERM. PRESS button will advance through the set-up
codes. Pressing and releasing this button will advance to the next
available set-up code. Holding the button down will automatically
advance through the set-up codes at a rate of one (1) per second.
3. The DELICATES button is used to select or deselect options.
‘0 Minutes’ showing in display
This condition indicates the dryer cannot be operated. Coins
dropped or debit inputs during this condition will be stored in escrow
but cannot be used until normal operation is restored by opening
and closing the door. If the door switch fails, it must be replaced
before normal operation can be restored.
Cold Start (initial first use)
Dryer is programmed at the factory as follows:
■ 45 minutes dry time for PR models.
■ 5 minutes per quarter for PD models.
■ $1.50 dry price (fixed cycle with top off - PD Models).
■ $0.00 dry price (fixed cycle - PR Models).
Warm Start (after power failure)
A few seconds after power is restored, if a cycle was in progress
at the time of the power failure, ‘RESELECT CYCLE’ will flash
in the display. This is to indicate the need for a fabric setting
button to be pressed to restart dryer.
Pricing
After the door is opened and closed following the completion
of a cycle, the display indicates the cycle price (unless set for free
operation). As coins or debit inputs arrive, the display will change
to lead the user through the initiation of a cycle.
There are four (4) types of pricing:
Fixed ‘Vend’ Pricing
A dryer set up for ‘Fixed Cycle’ operation can only accept additional
time accumulated by increments equal to the length of a complete
dry cycle. A maximum of 99 minutes may be purchased; no
additional credit is given when 99 minutes is in the display.
Accumulator Pricing
If the price is set to one coin 1, then accumulator mode is in effect.
Cycle time can be purchased one coin at a time (PD models) up to
the maximum time of 99 minutes.
Fixed Cycle With Top Off Pricing
A dryer set to offer ‘Top Off’ capability will allow time to be added to
an existing dry cycle in increments equal to the number of minutes
of dry time per quarter (coin 1), up to 99 minutes, regardless of the
cost required to start the dryer. No credit is given for coins or debit
inputs entered when the control is displaying 99 minutes.
PR Models: In Enhanced Debit Mode, the top off price can be set
independently (see VALUE OF COIN 2), and the top off time is
calculated according to the following equation:
top off price =
top off time
full cycle price
full cycle length
Penny increment offset is not applied to top off purchases.
Free Cycles
This is established by setting the cycle price to zero. When this
happens, ‘SELECT CYCLE’ will appear rather than a cycle price.
Any cycle started as a free cycle will automatically terminate when
the door is opened.
Debit Card Ready
This dryer is debit card ‘cable’ ready. It will accept a variety of debit
card systems, but does NOT come with a debit card reader. Refer
to the debit card reader manufacturer for proper dryer set-up. In
models converted to a Generation 1 debit card system, debit pulses
represent the equivalent of one coin (coin 1).
Start Operating Set-Up
PD Models: Insert service access door key, turn, and lift to remove
service access door.
■ PR Models: Once a Gen. 2 debit card reader is installed (according
to the reader manufacturer’s instructions), the set-up mode can be
entered by inserting a manual set-up card (supplied by the reader
manufacturer) into the card slot. If manual set-up card is not available,
manual set-up mode cannot be entered. However, diagnostic mode
can be entered by removing connector AA1 on the circuit board.
IMPORTANT: The console must not be opened unless power is
first disconnected from the dryer. To access connector AA1:
Unplug dryer or disconnect power.
Open console, disconnect jumper on AA1, close console.
Plug in dryer or reconnect power.
■ PR Models Set-up as PN can use the Service Access Code.
This code can be entered to access set-up mode without
removing the console on dryers just removed from the carton or
not yet programmed with pricing. It only functions on dryers set
up for 0 vend price without any Special Pricing set-up, and the
Coin/Debit Option must be set to “J._d”. If the dryer is not in
failure mode, the door must be opened to proceed. Service
Access Code contains 6 steps and some are timed. Using only
the three bottom buttons (numbered 1, 2, and 3 from left to right):
1. Press 2 for longer than 2 seconds but less than 10 seconds.
2. Press 1 & 3 together for 2 seconds, then release. Displays S 3.
3. Press 1 & 2 together, then release. Displays S 4.
4. Press 2 & 3 together, then release. Displays S 5.
5. Press 2, then release. Display shows “codE”.
6. Wait at least 2 seconds, but not more than 15 seconds,
then press in succession: 3, 2, 1, 3.
NOTE: If the Service Access Code procedure is not completed
properly, as noted above, there is a 15 second delay before it can
be attempted again.
The dryer is now in the set-up mode.
NOTE: Prior to operation, a payment system or an OPL kit
must be installed.
Before proceeding, it is worth noting that, despite all the options
available, an owner can simply choose to uncrate a new commercial
dryer, hook it up, plug it in, and have a dryer that operates.
■ PD dryers have a factory default of fixed cycle price with top off.
■ PR dryers have a factory default of free cycle operation so they
can be run without readers or coins.
■
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DISPLAY
CODE
After the dryer has been installed and plugged in, the display will
show ‘0 minutes.’
Once the dryer has been plugged in and the dryer door opened
and closed, the display will show the price. In PR models set for free
cycles, the display will flash ‘SELECT CYCLE’ and the cycle time.
PD Models
1. 0 0
PRICE
PR Models
SET-UP CODES
P
The set-up code is indicated by the one or two left hand characters.
The set-up code value is indicated by the two or three right hand
characters.
NOTE: The first line of each code indicates the factory default
for PD models. The set-up codes for PR models are the same
except where noted.
CODE
EXPLANATION
MONEY COUNTER OPTION
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
1. 0 0
Selected ‘ON’.
1. 0 C
Press DELICATES button 3 consecutive times to select ‘ON’
and 3 consecutive times to remove (Not Selected ‘OFF’.)
Counter resets by going from ‘OFF’ to ‘ON’.
Selected ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected.
1. C 0
To select ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected, first select ‘ON’,
then within two seconds press DELICATES twice, WHITES AND
COLORS once, and exit the set-up mode.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
SPECIAL PRICING OPTIONS
2. 0 0
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
2. 0 0
Selected ‘ON’. Press DELICATES button once for this
2. S P
selection.
If SPECIAL PRICING OPTION is selected, there is access to codes
‘3.’ through ‘9.’
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
OPTIONS TO USE IF SPECIAL PRICING IS SELECTED:
3. 0 6
3. 0 6
60 6
60 6
REGULAR CYCLE PRICE
Represents the number of quarters (coin 1) needed to start
the dryer; may adjust from 0-39 (See b.xx set-up for VALUE
OF COIN 1). Advance from 0-39 by pressing WHITES AND
COLORS. Factory default of 6 quarters - $1.50.
PR MODELS: Factory default of 6 00, or 0 quarters.
60 0
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
7 0 5 REGULAR DRY TIME
7 0 5 PD MODELS: Represents the number of minutes per quarter (coin 1).
Factory default of 5 minutes per coin.
Example: 6 quarters x 5 minutes = 30 minutes.
By pressing the WHITES AND COLORS button, value adjusts
from 1-99 minutes.
7 4 5 PR MODELS: Represents the cycle length for free cycles.
As example: ‘7 45’ = 45 minutes.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
8 0 0 TYPE OF DRYER PRICING
8 0 0 Fixed Cycle with Top Off. For detailed description, see General
User Information.
PR
MODELS ONLY: Factory default of FC. Fixed Cycle.
8FC
For detailed description, see General User Information.
Use DELICATES button to make this selection.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
CYCLE COUNTER OPTION
900
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
900
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
Selected
‘ON’ and not able to be deselected. Press DELICATES
90C
button 3 consecutive times to select ‘ON’. Once selected ‘ON’
it cannot be deselected.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
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3. 0 0
SPECIAL CYCLE PRICE
Represents the number of quarters (coin 1) needed to start
the dryer; may adjust from 0-39. (See b.xx set-up for VALUE
OF COIN 1). Advance from 0-39 by pressing WHITES AND
COLORS. Factory default of 6 quarters = $1.50.
PR MODELS: Factory default of 0 quarters.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
SPECIAL DRY TIME
4. 0 5
4. 0 5
PD MODELS: Represents the number of minutes per quarter (coin 1).
Factory default of 5 minutes per coin.
Example: 6 quarters x 5 minutes = 30 minutes.
By pressing the WHITES AND COLORS button, the value
can be adjusted from 1-99 minutes.
4. 4 5 PR MODELS: Represents the fixed cycle time in minutes.
As example: ‘4 45’ = 45 minutes.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, MINUTES
5. 0 0
This is the TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, minute setting; select
5. 0 0
0-59 minutes by pressing WHITES AND COLORS button.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, HOURS
6. 0 0
NOTE: Uses military time – 24 hr. clock.
This is the TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, hour setting; select
6. 0 0
0-23 hours by pressing WHITES AND COLORS button.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
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OPTIONS TO USE IF SPECIAL PRICING IS SELECTED (continued):
7. 0 0 SPECIAL PRICE START HOUR
NOTE: Uses military time – 24 hr. clock.
7. 0 0 This is the start hour, 0-23 hours. Select START HOUR
by pressing WHITES AND COLORS button.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
8. 0 0 SPECIAL PRICE STOP HOUR
NOTE: Uses military time – 24 hr. clock.
8. 0 0 This is the stop hour; 0-23 hours. Select STOP HOUR
by pressing WHITES AND COLORS button.
Press
PERM.
PRESS button once to advance to next code.
9. 1 0 SPECIAL PRICE DAY
9. 1 0 This represents the day of the week and whether special
pricing is selected for that day. A number followed by ‘0’
indicates no selection that particular day (9.10). A number
followed by an ‘S’ indicates selected for that day (9.1S).
Days of week (1-7) can be chosen by pressing the WHITES
AND COLORS button. Press DELICATES button once to select
special pricing for each day chosen.
When exiting setup code ‘9.’, the display must show current
day of week:
DISPLAY
DAY OF WEEK
CODE (selected)
10
Day 1 = Sunday
1S
20
Day 2 = Monday
2S
30
Day 3 = Tuesday
3S
40
Day 4 = Wednesday
4S
50
Day 5 = Thursday
5S
60
Day 6 = Friday
6S
70
Day 7 = Saturday
7S
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
A. 00
VAULT VIEWING OPTION
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
A. 00
Selected ‘ON’. Press DELICATES button once for this
A.SC
selection. When selected, the money and/or cycle counts
will be viewable (if counting is selected) when the coin box
is removed.
Press
PERM.
PRESS button once to advance to next code.
VALUE OF COIN 1
6.05
This represents the value of coin 1 in number of nickels.
6.05
05 = $0.25.
By pressing WHITES AND COLORS button, there is the
option of 1-199 nickels.
With coin slide activation, this represents the total vend price
in nickels. Example: b.30 = $1.50.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
VALUE OF COIN 2
C.20
PD MODELS: This represents the value of coin 2 in number
C.20
of nickels. 20 = $1.00.
By pressing WHITES AND COLORS button, there is the
option of 1-199 nickels.
PR MODELS: For models using Enhanced Debit, this field
C.05
represents the value of top off in nickels, or $.25.
Factory default of C.05; represents 5 x $.05, or $.25.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
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EXPLANATION
8.00
COIN SLIDE OPTION
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
Replacement of metercase will be needed for coin slide mounting.
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
8.00
Selected ‘ON’.
8. CS
NOTE: This option needs to be set to ‘00’ unless the
metercase has been changed to accept a coin slide device.
Press DELICATES button 3 consecutive times for this
selection. When coin slide mode is selected, set ‘b.’ equal to
value of vend price in nickels. Set ‘6 XX’ (REGULAR CYCLE
PRICE) and ‘3.XX’ (SPECIAL CYCLE PRICE) to number of
slide operations.
NOTE: If the installer sets up ‘CS’ on a coin drop model,
the dryer will not register coins inserted.
PERM.
PRESS button once to advance to next code.
Press
ADD COINS OPTION
E. 0 0
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’. This
option causes the customer display to show the number of coins
(coin 1) to enter, rather than the dollars-and-cents amount.
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
E. 0 0
Selected ‘ON’.
E. A C
Press DELICATES button 3 consecutive times for this selection.
PR MODELS: In enhanced debit mode, this option is
not selectable.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
COIN/DEBIT OPTION
J. C 8
Both coin & debit selected. Press DELICATES button
J. C 8
3 consecutive times to change this selection.
Coins selected, debit disabled. Press DELICATES button
J. C 8
3 consecutive times to change this selection.
Debit Card selected, coin disabled. This is the factory default
J. C 8
for PR models.
PR SET UP AS PN MODELS ONLY: Must be set for ‘_d.’
Press DELICATES button 3 consecutive times to change
this selection.
Enhanced debit is self-selected when a Generation 2 card
J. E 8
reader is installed in the dryer. The ‘Ed’ option cannot be
manually selected or deselected.
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
PRICE SUPPRESSION OPTION
L. 0 0
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’. This
option causes the customer display to show ‘AVAILABLE’ or
‘ADD’ rather than the amount of money to add. (Used mainly
in debit installations.)
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
L. 0 0
Selected ‘ON’. Press DELICATES button once for this selection.
L. PS
Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
CLEAR ESCROW OPTION
8. C E
This option is either Selected ‘ON’ or Not Selected ‘OFF’.
When selected, money held in escrow for 30 minutes without
further escrow or cycle activity will be cleared.
Selected ‘ON’.
8. C E
Not Selected ‘OFF’. Press DELICATES button once to deselect
8.00
this option.
» Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
PENNY INCREMENT OFFSET
0. 0 0
This
represents the penny increment price offset used
0. 0 0
in Generation 2 (Enhanced Debit) PR models. Choose from
0-4 pennies by pressing the WHITES AND COLORS button.
» Press PERM. PRESS button once to advance to next code.
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If cycle counter (9 0C) is selected, the following is true:
1 00 Represents the number of cycles in HUNDREDS. 1 02 = 200
2 00 Represents the number of cycles in ONES.
2 25 = 225
TOTAL CYCLES = 225
This is ‘VIEW ONLY’ and cannot be cleared.
Press the PERM. PRESS button once to advance
to next code.
If money counter (1.0C or 1.C0) is selected, the following is true:
3 00 Number of dollars in HUNDREDS.
3 01 = 100.00
4 00 Number of dollars in ONES.
4 68 = 168.00
5 00 Number of CENTS.
5 75 = 100.75
TOTAL = $168.75
END OF SET-UP PROCEDURES
EXIT FROM SET-UP MODE
■
PD MODELS: Reinstall service access door.
■
PR MODELS: Remove set-up card.
■
PR MODELS where AA1 connector was removed:
1. Unplug dryer or disconnect power.
2. Open console, reinsert jumper into AA1, close console.
3. Plug in dryer or reconnect power.
■
PR MODELS WHERE SERVICE ACCESS CODE WAS USED: Setup mode can be exited by using procedures from Service Access
Code (see page 23).
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MAYTAG® COMMERCIAL SINGLE-LOAD AND VENDED
MULTI-LOAD WASHER AND DRYER
WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY ON PARTS
For the first five years from the date of purchase, when this commercial appliance is installed, maintained and operated according to the
instructions attached to or furnished with the product, Maytag brand of Whirlpool Corporation (thereafter “Maytag”) will pay for factory
specified parts or original equipment manufacturer parts to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Proof of original purchase date
is required to obtain service under this warranty.
ITEMS MAYTAG WILL NOT PAY FOR
1. All other costs including labor, transportation, or custom duties.
2. Service calls to correct the installation of your commercial appliance, to instruct you how to use your commercial appliance, to
replace or repair fuses, or to correct external wiring or plumbing.
3. Repairs when your commercial appliance is used for other than normal, commercial use.
4. Damage resulting from improper handling of product during delivery, theft, accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of
God, improper installation, installation not in accordance with local electrical or plumbing codes, or use of products not approved
by Maytag.
5. Pickup and Delivery. This commercial appliance is designed to be repaired on location.
6. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the commercial appliance.
7. The removal and reinstallation of your commercial appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not installed in
accordance with published installation instructions.
8. Chemical damage is excluded from all warranty coverage.
9. Changes to the building, room, or location needed in order to make the commercial appliance operate correctly.
10. Repairs made by a non-Whirlpool authorized service technician.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATIONS OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED
HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW. WHIRLPOOL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION
OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE OR PROVINCE
TO PROVINCE.
If you need service, please contact your authorized Maytag® Commercial Laundry distributor. To locate your authorized Maytag®
Commercial Laundry distributor, or for web inquiries, visit www.MaytagCommercialLaundry.com.
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For written correspondence:
Maytag®
Commercial Laundry Service Department
2000 M-63 North
Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022 USA
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